Uncovering a Neuroendocrine Link to Female-Selective Pain
Dr. Porreca is professor of pharmacology and anesthesiology and a member of the University of Arizona Cancer Center. His laboratory studies mechanisms of chronic pain states including neuropathic, inflammatory, visceral, headache and cancer pain and mechanisms of opioid-induced hyperalgesia. He has trained many students and post-doctoral fellows and has published many peer-reviewed papers and other scientific writings. Among his awards and recognition, Dr. Porreca was the recipient of the Ronald Melzack Award from the International Association for the Study of Pain, the F.W. Kerr Award from the American Pain Society and the P.D. Wall Award from the British Pain Society.
Meeting ID:818 5271 6738
- Understand the high female prevalence of pain disorders
- Identify key brain areas linking stress to pain effectors
- Describe a female-selective mechanism by which stress promotes pain
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